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Chad Dukes Vs. the World

Chad Dukes Vs. the World

Host Chad Dukes takes on the world weekdays from 2 to 6 p.m. on a different kind of "sports" talk show.
  • Tuesday, March 31st
  • CDVTW - Hour 4

    In the fourth hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes is joined by John Walton, Radio play by play voice of the Washington Capitals to preview tonight's game against the Carolina Hurricanes
  • John Walton Interview

    Radio play by play voice of the Washington Capitals on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to preview tonight’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes
  • Troy Baker Interview

    Critically acclaimed voice actor for many video games and animations on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss his career in voice acting, his award winning voice performance in “The Last of Us” and his first album “Sitting in Fire” featuring the single “My Religion”.
  • CDVTW - Hour 3

    In the third hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes is joined by Michael Taylor, Washington Nationals outfielder on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss how spring training is going and the possibility of him not only making the 25 man roster but potentially starting on opening day. Later he is joined by Robert Klemko, Football writer for Sports Illustrated on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss Wrestlemania and the hate towards people who enjoy wrestling
  • CDVTW - Hour 2

    In the second hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes is joined by Charlie Slowes Radio play by play voice of the Washington Nationals on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss the Anthony Rendon’s sprained MCL, Jerry Blevins being traded to the Mets for Matt den Dekker, and what the Nats will do with the centerfield position. Later he is joined by Ricky O'Donnell, College hoops writer for SBNation.com on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss everything you need to know about the final four
  • CDVTW - Hour 1

    In the first hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes is joined by Rich Tandler Redskins blogger for CSNWashington.com and RealRedskins.com on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss why the Redskins might not want to trade down in the draft and talk about what cuts could be made and who will be retained. Later he is joined by Joe Theismann, Former Super Bowl winning quarterback for the Washington Redskins and pre-season color commentator for the Redskins on CSN on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss RG3 and thoughts what he will do this season as the starting qb and discuss his appearance at fan fest
  • Robert Klemko Interview

    Football writer for Sports Illustrated on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss Wrestlemania and the hate towards people who enjoy wrestling
  • Michael Taylor Interview

    Washington Nationals outfielder on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss how spring training is going and the possibility of him not only making the 25 man roster but potentially starting on opening day
  • Ricky O'Donnell Interview

    College hoops writer for SBNation.com on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss everything you need to know about the final four
  • Charlie Slowes Interview

    Radio play by play voice of the Washington Nationals on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss the Anthony Rendon’s sprained MCL, Jerry Blevins being traded to the Mets for Matt den Dekker, and what the Nats will do with the centerfield position
  • Joe Theismann Interview

    Former Super Bowl winning quarterback for the Washington Redskins and pre-season color commentator for the Redskins on CSN on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss RG3 and thoughts what he will do this season as the starting qb and discuss his appearance at fan fest
  • Rich Tandler Interview

    Redskins blogger for CSNWashington.com and RealRedskins.com on the Mitsubishi Electric Heating Hotline to discuss why the Redskins might not want to trade down in the draft and talk about what cuts could be made and who will be retained
  • Monday, March 30th
  • CDVTW - Hour 4

    In the fourth hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes discusses and takes calls on today's fascination with taking selfies without any regard for time, place or impact, plus the unacceptable length of the final minutes in college basketball games.
  • CDVTW - Hour 3 w/ LaVar Arrington

    In the third hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes is joined by former co-host and current NFL AM analyst LaVar Arrington, who makes a surprise visit to the studio. Plus, the guys are joined by Ariel Helwani from MMAFighting.com to discuss Wrestlemania 31, Ronda Rousey, UFC, boxing and more.
  • CDVTW - Hour 2

    In the second hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes is joined by Ben Volin, NFL and Patriots reporter for the Boston Globe, to discuss the latest in Aaron Hernandez's trial, potential NFL rule changes and more, plus a discussion and calls on the worst parts about moving.
  • CDVTW - Hour 1

    In the first hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes discusses and takes calls on which sporting event listeners were more interested in over the weekend... Wrestlemania 31 or the Elite 8, plus Chase Hughes from CSNWashington.com joins the show to talk all things Nationals.
  • Friday, March 27th
  • CDVTW - Hour 4

    In the fourth hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes is joined by Redskins reporter for CSN Washington Tarik El-Bashir, plus Chad, Bode and the crew pick their Beer Final Four, and listeners call in with their picks as well.
  • CDVTW - Hour 3

    In the third hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes is joined for the first half hour by LaVar Arrington to talk Redskins and Nebraska DE/OLB Randy Gregory, plus NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah joins Chad to talk all things NFL Draft.
  • CDVTW - Hour 2

    In the second hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes discusses and takes calls on whether Wizards head coach Randy Wittman has lost his team, plus 106.7 The Fan Redskins reporter Brian McNally stops by the studio to talk all things Skins.
  • CDVTW - Hour 1

    In the first hour of CDVTW, Chad Dukes talks March Madness with Brian Hamilton of SI.com, including Kentucky's demolition of WVU, plus some Nationals talk with Tom Schad from The Washington Times.